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PM Hotel Group unveils sixth Annual Sustainability Report highlighting significant advances in 2023

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PM Hotel Group releases its sixth annual sustainability report, emphasizing its unwavering dedication to environmental stewardship, social responsibility, and impactful community engagement across its properties in 2023.

CHEVY CHASE, MARYLAND – PM Hotel Group, a Top-15 hotel management company based in the Washington D.C. metro area, announce the publication of its sixth annual sustainability report, showcasing the impactful strides made in its environmental and social responsibility programs throughout 2023.

“At PM Hotel Group, a successful sustainability program is one that has broad engagement and is embedded in every aspect of our operations,” said Joseph Bojanowski, President, PM Hotel Group. “For the sixth consecutive year, we are proud to share the results of our annual sustainability initiatives and report on the continued growth of our sustainability programs.”

PM Hotel Group is committed to responsible environmental stewardship portfolio wide. They have remained a proud EPA Green Power Partner for the fourth year, actively participating in offsetting energy usage through renewable energy credits and leveraging on-site solar power generation to reduce climate change impact. At the 2023 Leadership Conference, over 250 leaders across PM Hotel Group gathered at Baltimore’s Inner Harbor to participate in magnet fishing, which is an important part of promoting biodiversity and preserving the local ecosystem. This choice of team-building activity underscores PM Hotel Group’s commitment to making a meaningful impact in environmental conservation efforts.

At the property level, PM Hotel Group is actively working with hotel teams and their owners to explore bespoke solutions to limit environmental impact, from onsite solar power to responsible water stewardship to minimizing waste. Several hotels in the PM Hotel Group portfolio are LEED certified, including Marriott Washington Capitol Hill which earned LEED Silver certification in 2023. The organization also launched the PM Green Team in 2023, designed to engage and involve on-property associates on topics of sustainability and forge a direct line of communication between the hotels and PM Hotel Group’s sustainability team to make a greater impact.

PM Hotel Group is also dedicated to social responsibility, which begins with their commitment to their associates. The organization offers unique physical, financial and educational offerings to team members, from UKG Wallet which gives associates early access to their pay when necessary, to Livongo which helps associates with the management of any chronic health conditions. PM Hotel Group also launched their own dedicated learning management system The Foundry, which weaves together growth opportunities, compliance training, and sustainable stewardship to invest in the development of their associates.

To create positive change in the communities in which they operate, PM Hotel Group has engaged in a host of philanthropic causes, from Feed the Fridge which provides meals for food insecure individuals, to the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network which supports research, resources and advocacy for patients with pancreatic cancer. On the property level, hotels in the PM Hotel Group portfolio actively work to advance worthwhile causes within their own communities. As an example, hotel and conference center Airlie in Northern Virginia donated thirty-two rooms worth of furniture to Homes Not Borders, an organization that helps rehome refugees and forced migrants in the Washington D.C. area.

“Through respect, teamwork, drive, and entrepreneurial spirit, PM Hotel Group is committed to combating climate change and creating a more equitable world for our associates and our communities,” said Ryan Butler, Corporate Director of Sustainability + Energy, PM Hotel Group. “We are proud of what we have accomplished to date, and aim to continue to grow in our environmental, social, governance, and resilience driven sustainability.”

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